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What is this network?

Meson Network is a decentralized platform that aims to create an efficient bandwidth marketplace on Web3. It uses a blockchain protocol model to replace traditional labor-based sales models, consolidating and monetizing idle bandwidth from users at a low cost. The network serves as the foundation for data transmission for decentralized storage, computation, and the emerging Web3 Dapp ecosystem. Meson Network's goal is to create the world's largest bandwidth marketplace, where users can exchange their unused bandwidth resources for tokens, and those who need bandwidth can borrow it from anywhere in the world.

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How can I mine tokens?

To mine tokens on the Meson Network, you need to provide server resources. The most suitable miners for the Meson Network are constant bandwidth users, owners of static IP for home users, IoT devices, dedicated servers, and IDC servers. The prerequisites for mining include a static (public) IP or a DHCP reservation, opening the port of the firewall (default: 443, support for custom server ports), and providing enough storage (default minimum requirements: 20G).

The mining score is calculated as Bandwidth Score * Storage Score * Credit Score. Bandwidth is the most important factor for the Bandwidth Score, and Storage Space is necessary to cache the files for the Storage Score. If your node is online and stable, the credit will increase gradually until maximum value 10000000. When your node goes offline, the credit will decrease gradually until 0.

How can I optimize my mining rewards?

To optimize mining rewards, miners need to ensure their node is stable to get more tokens. For example, if your bandwidth is 200Mb/s, "Bandwidth score" will be 200. If you set storage to 60GB, "Storage score" will be 0.85. If your credit is 500000, "Credit score" will be 0.7. The mining score would then be 200 * 0.85 * 0.7 = 119.

How can I use the network?

Users can use the Meson Network by exchanging their unused bandwidth resources for tokens. Those who need bandwidth can come to Meson’s market to borrow bandwidth from anywhere in the world. Users of the services will pay in Meson Tokens to get additional bandwidth. These tokens are then rewarded to miners through the repurchase and destruction of tokens.

Who governs this network?

The Meson Network is governed by its token holders. Meson allows its token holders to vote on the development or modification of parameters of the protocol.


The Meson Network has been funded through various token sales. The initial supply of Meson tokens was 100,000,000. The distribution of these tokens was as follows: Seed Token Sale: 6,000,000 Meson (6%), Private Token Sale: 22,000,000 Meson (22%), Public Token Sale: 10,000,000 Meson (10%), Community & Ecosystem: 20,000,000 Meson (20%), Foundation Reservation: 20,000,000 Meson (20%), Technical Team: 15,000,000 Meson (15%), Partners: 6,000,000 Meson (6%), and Test-Net Mapping: 1,000,000 Meson (1%).

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